A random library is used for peptide sequence optimization. To generate random peptide libraries selected residues of a peptide sequences (wobbles) are randomly and simultaneously substituted with all or some of the 20 natural amino acids via a shotgun approach. Alternatively, a random library with specific physico-chemical properties can be designed by computer scientists resulting in random peptide librares of defined size and properties for target identification and drug discovery.
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